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Embroidery Designs of Coronet For Wall Art

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TR-28-28-RED-COR-1

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  • Size With Frame: 27.6 x 27.6 in
  • Natural Materials: Cotton Thread & Cloth
  • Already Framed & Ready For Hanging
  • This Work is a Unique Original Artwork.

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A piece of Oriental embroidery art is placed on the wall.
In the elegant modern living room, there are embroidered wall artworks full of Oriental art, matching with light sofas and dark wooden tables.
An embroidered wall artwork of a phoenix crown is placed above the fireplace in the modern living room.
In the modern living room, the fireplace is decorated with Oriental embroidery art, which is elegant with orchids on the table top.
An embroidery painting of a phoenix coronet.

Overview

This circular framed embroidery textile wall art shows us an ornate Fengguan, also known as phoenix coronet or phoenix hat, a name that originates from its adornments: phoenixes made of inlaid kingfisher feathers, as well as pearls, and other gemstones, is Chinese traditional headgear for women, inspired by the style of the coronet popular among aristocratic women in the Ming Dynasty. Combining hand embroidery and machine embroidery designs, this wall art decor inspiration from ancient oriental culture, melding seamlessly with contemporary aesthetics, integrating the butterfly motif to fashion an exquisite coronet embroidery, recommended for embroidery enthusiasts and collectors alike.


  • Original Artwork (One Of A Kind) Textile Art, Embroidery on Silk.
  • Framing: This artwork is framed.
  • Dimensions: Artwork measures with frame 27.6 x 27.6 in (70 x 70 cm)
  • Technique: Hand embroidery & Machine embroidery 
  • Decoration type: Desktop Embroidery decoration & Framed Wall Art Decor.

Includes

  • Original Embroidery Artwork
  • Frame included. (Hanging nails not included)
  • With plexiglass covered
Bottom detail of an Oriental phoenix crown's Ruyi Pendant embroidery artwork.
An embroidered wall artwork of a phoenix crown is placed above the fireplace in the modern living room.
Top detail of an Oriental phoenix crown embroidery artwork.
Upper detail of an Oriental phoenix crown's phoenixes embroidery artwork.
Embroidery artwork's centre detail of an Oriental phoenix coronet with butterfly.
Embroidery artwork's bottom detail of an Oriental phoenix coronet with night-shining jewel and gourd .

Beauty in Oriental Tradition

The entire artwork is presented against a backdrop of red fabric, symbolizing a joyous atmosphere and the happiness and harmony of family life. The circular frame embodies the Chinese concept of "harmony between heaven and humanity, heaven being round and earth being square," symbolizing completeness in life and harmony in the family.

Lotus Elegance

The coronet is topped with a lotus-pedestal pattern embroidered with coral-color silk thread. In the Buddhist Buddhism culture of Dunhuang in ancient China, the lotus symbolizes solemnity, holiness and transcendence, rising from the mud without being stained.

Auspicious Clouds and Phoenixes

Follow the position of the lotus seat and explore down, there are two auspicious clouds embroidered and three phoenixes with green silk threads, implying good luck.

Intricate Butterfly Design

In the center of the coronet, there is an intricately embroidered long-antennaed butterfly formed by threads in dark blue, yellow, cyan, and green colors. The design is vividly crafted with delicate artistry, and the colorful butterfly appears to dance gracefully. In China, "butterfly" sounds like "dié" (which means an old person), symbolizing longevity and carrying carrying auspicious and healthy moral.

Embroidered Gourd & Night-Shining Jewel

Below the phoenix coronet, the radiant night-shining jewel is embroidered with yellow silk thread, surrounded by cyan thread outlining the shimmering light. Continuing downward, a gourd motif is embroidered with golden thread. The gourd, phonetically similar to "fortune & prosperity" (fú lù) in Chinese, symbolizes both financial fortune and blessings.

Adornments Beneath Coronet

Adorned with white, coral, gold, and cyan silk threads, the gourd's base forms a Jade Ruyi Pendant encircled by golden threads, symbolizing peace and tranquility. Below, golden flowers and coral-colored feathers hang delicately.

An embroidered wall artwork of a phoenix crown is placed above the fireplace in the modern living room.
Top detail of an Oriental phoenix crown embroidery artwork.
Upper detail of an Oriental phoenix crown's phoenixes embroidery artwork.
Embroidery artwork's centre detail of an Oriental phoenix coronet with butterfly.
Embroidery artwork's bottom detail of an Oriental phoenix coronet with night-shining jewel and gourd .
Bottom detail of an Oriental phoenix crown's Ruyi Pendant embroidery artwork.

The details of framed embroidery wall art about Oriental art Phoenix Crown's temple ornaments.

Symbolism of Authority

Did you observe the 3 pieces on either side of the phoenix coronet? We call temple ornaments (Chinese: bóbìn, the 'wings' at the sides and back of the coronet). In ancient times, it was a symbol of power, Only the empress’s coronet having 6 blades of temple ornaments (3 on each side), while the coronet princess can only have 4 blades of temple ornaments (2 on each side). On both sides of the coronet are embroidered with three temple ornaments, fan-shaped left and right, with white silk threads embroidered dots of white pearls, with emerald silk threads embroidered inlaid plum-blossom gems. Using white silk thread, pearls are embroidered as decorations.

An Oriental embroidery art work embroidered with a phoenix crown.

Delving into Cultural Artistry

There are a total of eighteen short fringes hanging in the front of the coronet, while symmetrically, four long fringes adorn each side, culminating in eight in total. Additionally, if we include the two small long fringes at the top, there are a total of ten tassels. In Chinese culture, the number 8 is revered for its auspicious connotations, signifying luck and prosperity, while the number 10 symbolizes perfection and completeness, often representing "perfect in every way". Each long fringe is embroidered with jade jewels and beads arranged in strings resembling small lotus buds, symbolizing the notion that "each step brings forth lotus blooms", used to describe the woman's graceful, elegant, and beautiful demeanor as she moves with light steps.

  • The detail of the frame of embroidery wall art.

    High Quality Metal Frame

    The metal frame has been inlaid to ensure that the artwork is load-bearing and not damaged

  • The back of the framed embroidery Wall art's hanging ring detail.

    Equip with Parts

    Equipped with hanging rings, you only need to hang nails to hang on the wall.

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